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How Spotify Uses Python
Following the example of the Netflix blog, the Spotify developer blog also posted a ‘how we use Python’ article.  Both were follow ups to a strong PyCon event this year.S3 is a Far Superior and

Cheaper Way to Host Your Static Websites
While EC2 is usually the weapon of choice for web developers, don’t forget about Amazon’s S3 storage if you’re building a static website.  This tutorial gives a helpful overview for how to set one up and get the most out of it.

MVC from a JavaScript Perspective
"MVC implementors seem to all intuitively understand the concept of a model and a view, and why it’s a good idea to keep them separate, but confusion descends when they get to the controller. Observers of this phenomenon might be tempted to rename the pattern Model/View/Confusion!"


Google Introduces Keep
An Evernote-esque, Drive-integrated notetaking app for Android. But, uh, can we trust that they’ll keep Keep around?

New Xbox will be “always on, always connected” SDK
A leak has surfaced and confirmed by various sources that the next-gen Xbox will sport “always on, always connected” technology--similar to the always-online technology in Sim City 5... Let’s hope it doesn’t pan out exactly the same way.


A Programmer’s Poem
A clever re-imagining of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “if” for the programming world.

What if Michael Bay did our developer recruiting video? 

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